Real Estate News
- Georgica Green Ventures has signed a contract to buy the property south of the former Dinosaur Walk Museum along McDermott Avenue, expanding its development to include 130 rental apartments and a riverfront restaurant.
Woolworth Revitalization developer plans indoor open market and eatery in another long-vacant Main Street buildingDeveloper Michael Butler, who two years ago turned the long-vacant former Woolworth building into new storefronts and workforce housing, has innovative plans in the works for another derelict building in downtown Riverhead.
- The stories behind some of the homes in the residential neighborhood north of East Main Street, which were mostly built in the century between 1840 and 1940.
Riverhead Town prepares for debt refinance, will ask investors to refund
land preservation bonds this summerRiverhead officials will head to Wall Street this summer, hoping to at least maintain the town’s current credit rating.
Sears building, heralded as a sign of Riverhead’s progress in 1949, razed to make way for new developmentDemolition of the Sears building, now nearly complete, is the second time a building was razed at that site to make way for something new.
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